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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 12, 1970, Florence, South Carolina thursday november 12, 1970 aiming a few Stoff photo by Sonny. Smith planetarium director Billy Watkins explains Star projecting instrument to visitors stocked with equipment costing the school facility will soon be open to Public 250 educators attend irs Charier meet Over 250 teachers , school administrators and parents at tended the organizational meeting of the pee Dee Council of the International Reading association wednesday night. The chartering of the pee Dee Council Marks the completion of the second phase of a project aimed at the prevention of Reading disabilities among school children in the pee Dee. The pee Dee Council com prised of the counties of the 6th congressional District and Clarendon and Sumter counties s one of the 725 councils in 55 countries that make up the International Reading Assoc a Ion. The. Ira disseminates in formation off ways to search out and solve Reading problems. Keynote speaker. Or. Donald Cleland of the University of Pittsburgh a leading educator in the Field of Reading told the Council members of Ira studies already underway on the Reading process teacher Educa Tion evaluation and curriculum studies. Elected to a one year term As president of the pee Dee Council was miss Alice a. Limerick Reading coordinator at the pee Dee regional supplementary educational Center Florence or. James e. Potterfield chairman of the department of education at Francis Marion College Cor Secretary mrs. Leon Tine Robinson Reading consultant Cain elementary school Darlington recording Secretary mrs. Pauline Sim Mons Reading diagnostic Ion staff photo by Sonny Smith or. Cleland head of the International Reading association talks about education Cleland tight talks with mrs. Paul c. Burroughs Dillon and or. R. E. Kemper us. Nixon continued from Page u very important subject in an any he described de Gaulle As eject honest candid and haps a bit shy. He said would t beat around the Bush. He respected i found an individual who spoke in the same Way but in Good Nixon and de Gaulle enjoyed warm personal relations at e time when the then president and was a member of the thursday in the Stoudenmire Galway Baptist Church. Chapel by the Rev. John Lyon. Surviving Are five sons burial will be in the Florence Augustus h., , Richard National cemetery military honors. Briggs mrs. Ella Briggs a Dune m a t e r n a 1 Grandfather will he ran mrs Annie Mae Douglas a of James of Lamar. At4pm and mrs pm Al Huier of Washington d. A says Nixon vulnerable Huron . A former vice president Hubert Humphrey says president Nixon will be vulnerable in the 1972 Elenc Tion even though he is the m b. R. 80, retired night in the Williamsburg county memorial Hospital at Kingstree after a Long illness. Services be con. Court upholds College tuition Grant Law Greenville a an official of the South Carolina a run Idi bcivilc3 v i i with a Dan a and Don b. Collins ducted at 2 . Thursday at the All of Mullins three daughters m Funera Home Chapel by mrs w h Squires of the Rev. Edwin r. Quattlebaum it. Kerns died monday in the mrs. George d. Sons of Aynor d the Rey Albert l Cox. I naval Hospital in Norfolk a. And mrs. James e. Caskey of burial will be in the Eaddy Alexandria a. Three Brothers cemetery at Vox. Or. G. A Williamson of Knox Pai bearers will be Clarence Ville tenn., or. Vanoy a Hasei Aen de Haselden Earl Williamson of Hartsville and Reddish Billy Douglas Henry Ernest Williamson of Atlanta Spivey and Rupert Eaddy. A. One sister miss Esterline Jar Chinnes was born in Williamson of Wilmington Williamsburg county a son of two half Sisters mrs. F. The late Joel and Ellen Eaddy types of background music College Council reported wed round the building out. Watkins who is the planetarium s full time director taught Earth science to Southside Hish school for the past two years. He has attended two planetary mesday that a circuit judge has upheld the constitutionality of the College tuition Grant Law. Lacy Mclean executive vice president of the Council said judge John Grimball has filed a ruling that also rescinds a a baby is a baby is a baby like Mott other infants despite Type and this baby Rhinoceros at the Columbus Ohio zoo gets its bottle. An attendant holds the giant Nizida bottle for hit three month old baby. The animal was recently purchased from a zoo in California. Test Propri ated when the 1970 be temporary injunction against i c or of and mrs Chinnes. He was married to the of the. Cock we Neville mrs Altman . 14 grandchildren . Surviving Are five sons Joe Deal Chinnes of Hemingway Edward d. Chinnes of Florence jul cd s. Chinnes of Myrtle i Beach it. Cmdr. Bennie Allen i Chinnes of the u. S. Navy gis lature passed the Grants act. . Suit against the act was a 6 Friendly one brought by George b. Hartness of Columbia to test the Law. Plans for Hartness to Appeal the ruling to the state supreme court were Uncertain. Authors of the act viewed it As a Way for the state to provide Aid to distressed private colleges without Violat ing the state constitutional bar to direct Aid to private and parochial schools. They also viewed it As a Way to take some enrolment pressure off colleges. Legislative adherents plan to enlarge the Grant fund to at least if the constitutionality of the act is Clear after court actions Are completed. Unc journalism professor Dies Chapel Hill . A a journalism professor known for his feature writing classes at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill or. Joseph Morrison died wednesday of an apparent heart attack. He was 52. Morrison had been with the school of journalism 25 years teaching feature writing and other courses to students who la Ter became reporters and Edi tors in North Carolina and out of state newspapers and Broad cast stations. I v missionary is drowned i Africa a Young missionary a son of a former Florence minister reportedly had been drowned in Africa where he was reporting for his first tour of missionary duty it was Learned wednesday. Rev. Ronnie Gross 27, of Greenville who was assigned As a missionary to Nigeria was a son of Rev. Ernest Gross a former pastor of gospel Chapel in Florence. Rev. Gross is to be buried in Nigeria the family confirmed but said memorial services will be conducted sunday a t Overbrook gospel Chapel in Greenville. According t o information received by his family Rev. Gross arrived in Nigeria but when he failed to appear at the Lyala Mission Post along with three other persons nigerian authorities searched their route discovering the vehicle in which they were travelling overturned in a River. Bodies of the missionaries and a nigerian native were recovered. In lieu of Flowers memorials May be sent to the gospel Chapel. Norfolk and Waney r. Chinnes of North Charleston free daughters mrs. Lentz and mrs. Margie c. Mcdaniel both of Johnsonville and mrs. Dewese s. Hood of sailers 26 grandchildren and j 19 great grandchildren. Cumbest. I think Nixon is a one term Humphrey said in an interview tuesday. I realize it is difficult to unseat an incumbent president but he is that will beat us the in 1972 will be our own Humphrey who will return to the . Senate in january said he feels sen. Edmund s. Mus Kie a Maine is the front runner for the democratic nomination for president in 1972. But the former vice president during a visit to Huron to see his ased Mother did not Rule himself out of the race. He sail he told minnesotans during the Senate Campaign that he would not outwardly seek the presidency in 1972. However i was honest with Thoni and told the people i would accept the nomination if it came my other s. Deaths b. T. s r Columbia Wallace Stepney Columbia or. A. I. Josey Columbia Christopher Tuten Varn Ville g. M. Taylor Andrews Strother Ford great Falls miss Effle Hawkins Prosperity mrs. W. Wilson sr., mrs. Willie Wise Columbia mrs. Ruth Stokes Columbia k. M. Cameron Rock Hill k. D. Kellum Conway miss Nannie Bryant Edgefield c. B. Alexander six mile mrs. Oct Campbell Dorchester r. H. Hammond Wood Greenwood mrs. Annie in ton Green Jester Darl miss Al Ford educator Dies at 92 i Marion miss Lillian Alford a Public school and. Private instructor of music in Marion for 70 years died tiles4 Day afternoon in a local rest Home following a Long illness graveside services will be conducted thursday at 3 . In Alford cemetery in Dillon county. Burial will be directed Smith Brothers funeral Home.-. Miss Alford was bom in Marion county a daughter of the late be ill Little and Eugenia Stackhouse Alford. She was graduate of Linwood College at Linwood n. C., and studied music at Bath she was live in civic groups in her Vanler years. Surviving is a Nephew Neil Alford of Charlottesville a

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